Providing an integrated and customized interface, the Silver Series of rugged, graphic, touch-screen operator interface terminals (OIT) from Watlow support features including serial and Ethernet communications with multiple controllers.
Hillcrest’s libfreespace is an open source library that enables rapid development of software applications for use with a wide range of Freespace devices. Motion control can now be added to product categories beyond TV remote controls, game controllers and PC accessories, including
Cablevision Systems Corp. is bringing interactive banner ads to television, allowing viewers to order samples and brochures and even purchase products by clicking the remote on their TV sets. Banner ads will run at the bottom of select TV commercials, in collaboration with at least half a dozen consumer brand advertisers. When viewers click on the ad, the screen will shrink to a quarter of its size and the rest will feature product information.
I am beta testing a new sense. My new sensory organ is a small anklet strap with a LiPo battery and circuit board attached to an electronic compass on the anklet’s side.
As part of a deal announced Thursday, Google is opening up part of its index to the maker of a high-speed publishing machine that can manufacture a paperback-bound book of about 300 pages in under five minutes. The new service is an acknowledgment by the Internet search leader that not everyone wants their books served up on a computer or an electronic reader like those made by Amazon.com Inc. and Sony Inc.
Adobe Systems, the maker of Flash, Acrobat and Photoshop, plans to acquire Utah-based Omniture for $1.8 billion, or $21.50 per share, the companies announced late Tuesday. The deal would combine Adobe's Web design tools with Omniture's Web analytics tools.
A privately built rocket vying for NASA prize money lifted off in the Mojave Desert and flew half of a simulated lunar lander mission Wednesday before an engine problem forced its developers to call off the attempt until next month.
Vodafone UK’s femtocell launch in July appeared to be a significant breakthrough for the technology in Europe. The timing of the move by such a large operator took many in the industry by surprise, and some vendors have spoken of a significant rise in activity since the launch.
Regulating output voltage from 5 V to 48 Vdc in 0.1 V increments, the GTM41076 wall-interchangeable plug-ins from GlobTek provide up to 6 W of continuous output power. Built-in protection features include O.C., S.C., O.V., and thermal. It accepts Universal Input from 90 VAC to 264 Vac, meets safety agency requirements: UL /cUL 1950/60601.1
Molex introduced to the government, commercial and residential construction markets its Transcend Lighting Series of small, interchangeable LED modules address some of the barriers to widespread adoption of SSL technology, including precise heat and current management and the necessary optical design for superior illumination.
National Instruments announced its offering of PXI interface modules for MIL-STD-1553, ARINC 429 and AFDX military and aerospace avionics applications as a result of the company’s collaboration with AIM. This offering is appropriate for many military and aerospace design and test engineers working on advanced
Provided in industry standard TO252 and SO8 packaging, the TO252 MOSFET family from Diodes Incorporated purportedly fulfills the requirements of LCD TV and monitor backlighting. The 30-V rated, SO8 packaged dual n-channel DMN3024LSD supposedly offers a space-saving advantage over discrete component alternatives.
Intended for control-to-machine wiring, I/O Modules from WAGO feature sixteen I/O points. The 12 mm DIN-rail mount modules feature 16 inputs (750-1400), 16 outputs (750-1500) or 8 inputs/8 outputs (750-1502), and an HE10 ribbon cable interface.
The startup Aptera was recently denied a DOE loan for its Aptera 2e electric vehicle. Their three-wheeled, *ahem*, “curiosity,” didn’t match the loan criteria, but the incident raises an important question—should the government be sponsoring products in the private sector?
WASHINGTON – NASA's weakened return-to-the-moon program got a lift Tuesday on Capitol Hill. The head of a special expert panel conceded to Congress that the moon program could work if given enough money.